While people continue to scramble for things like masks and gloves, one Valley doctor says people are using them the wrong way.
Phoenix Police officials say they are investigating a shooting in West Phoenix that left a woman injured.
The latest information on coronavirus cases in the state, from the Arizona Department of Health.
A Riverside County deputy died early Thursday morning from COVID-19, the department announced.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues, prices for some products, such as masks, toilet paper and hand sanitizer, have seen big increases. Now, two Arizona lawmakers say a vendor is engaging in price gouging against first responders.
Arizona’s high court on Thursday upheld a $4 pickup and drop-off fee that led Uber and Lyft to threaten to stop serving the Phoenix airport, one of the busiest in the nation.
ASU's graduation ceremonies have been canceled for the Spring 2020 semester.
For many Southern California landmarks, times are tough. Earlier this week FOX 11 reported that the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library was in danger of closing, but the Library says it's not in danger of closing. So we wanted to clarify that story.
One area that has been hit by the COVID-19 pandemic in Arizona is Northern Arizona, with multiple cases and deaths reported in Coconino County and the Navajo Nation.
Officials with the Coconino National Forest say they are in the process of closing some of their most popular trails in the Sedona area amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Troopers with the Florida Highway Patrol say they are pulling over several drivers due to speeding. They say these drivers are taking advantage of fewer cars on the roadway.
“Stay at home… This is something you don’t want,” said Shareka Williams, a nurse at the Gallatin Center for Rehabilitation & Healing nursing home in Tennessee, who is infected with the novel coronavirus.
As COVID-19 continues to spread, more and more people are wearing masks. Now, some brain surgeons in Arizona have joined in the fight to produce more masks.
Disney announced on Thursday that they will begin furloughing their employees on April 19 due to the impacts they now face because of the coronavirus pandemic.
As of noon Thursday, the number of cases had risen to 5,348 with the number of coronavirus-related deaths now at 163. Officials say 1,056 patients are hospitalized due to the virus.
The patients have been linked to a mix of both international travel and community spread.
This is not the only coronavirus-vs.-church battle of its kind being waged.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose over 469 points, or 2.2. percent.
Target is taking new steps to combat the spread of coronavirus at its stores.
The University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine believes it has broken ground in achieving a potential vaccine against SARS-CoV-2, the disease that causes COVID-19.